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RMS output voltage of single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
RMS output voltage=(Peak input voltage/(2^0.5))*((180-Delay angle of thyristor)/180+(0.5/pi)*sin(2*Delay angle of thyristor))^0.5 GO
RMS output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
RMS output voltage=(Peak input voltage/2)*((180-Delay angle of thyristor)/180+(0.5/pi)*sin(2*Delay angle of thyristor))^0.5 GO
Magnitude of integrator transfer function
Magnitude of integrator transfer function=1/((Angular frequency in radians/sec*Capacitance*Resistance)) GO
Real power for constant load current in terms of V<sub>m</sub>
Real power=2*Peak input voltage*Constant load current*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))/pi GO
Average output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
Average output voltage=(Peak input voltage/(2*pi))*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Average output voltage of a single phase full converter with highly inductive load
Average output voltage=(2*Peak input voltage/(pi))*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Average output voltage of single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
Average output voltage=(Peak input voltage/pi)*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
RMS output voltage of a single phase full converter with highly inductive load
RMS output voltage=(Peak input voltage/(2^0.5)) GO
Maximum output voltage of a single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
Maximum output voltage=2*Peak input voltage/pi GO
Maximum output voltage of a single phase full converter with highly inductive load
Maximum output voltage=2*Peak input voltage/pi GO
Maximum output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
Maximum output voltage=Peak input voltage/pi GO

Maximum circulating current Formula

Maximum circulating current=(2*Peak input voltage*(1-(cos(Delay angle of first converter)))/(Angular frequency in radians/sec*Circulating current reactor))
I<sub>r</sub>=(2*V<sub>m</sub>*(1-(cos(α<sub>1</sub>)))/(w*L<sub>r</sub>))
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Apparent power for constant load current GO
Real power for constant load current GO
Total power factor for constant load current GO
Displacement power factor for constant load current GO
Total power factor for continuous load current GO
Real power for constant load current in terms of V<sub>m</sub> GO
Apparent power for constant load current in terms of V<sub>m</sub> GO
Fundamental component of source current for constant load current GO
RMS magnitude of fundamental source current for constant load current GO
Displacement power factor for continuous load current GO
Displacement power factor for constant load current GO
Distortion power factor for constant load current GO
Total power factor for constant load current GO
RMS value of source current for constant load current GO
Peak magnitude of source current for constant load current GO
DC output voltage for first converter GO
DC output voltage of second controller GO
Average output voltage for continuous load current GO
Maximum output voltage for continuous load current GO
Normalized average output voltage GO
RMS output voltage for continuous load current GO
Average output voltage GO
Maximum average output voltage GO
Normalized average output voltage GO
RMS output voltage GO
Average output current GO
Average output voltage GO
Maximum average output voltage GO
Normalized average output voltage GO
RMS output voltage GO

What causes circulating current in dual converters?

Circulating current is dual converters are caused by the out of phase voltages from both the converters. If only one converter is performing at a time, then the circulating current is not present. The circulating current is present only when both the converters are working at the same time.

How to Calculate Maximum circulating current?

Maximum circulating current calculator uses Maximum circulating current=(2*Peak input voltage*(1-(cos(Delay angle of first converter)))/(Angular frequency in radians/sec*Circulating current reactor)) to calculate the Maximum circulating current, The Maximum circulating current formula is the maximum value of the circulating current of the dual converter. Maximum circulating current and is denoted by Ir symbol.

How to calculate Maximum circulating current using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum circulating current, enter Peak input voltage (Vm), Delay angle of first converter 1), Angular frequency in radians/sec (w) and Circulating current reactor (Lr) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum circulating current calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.05359 = (2*10*(1-(cos(0.5235987755982)))/(10*5)).

FAQ

What is Maximum circulating current?
The Maximum circulating current formula is the maximum value of the circulating current of the dual converter and is represented as Ir=(2*Vm*(1-(cos(α1)))/(w*Lr)) or Maximum circulating current=(2*Peak input voltage*(1-(cos(Delay angle of first converter)))/(Angular frequency in radians/sec*Circulating current reactor)). Peak input voltage is the peak value of the sinusoidal input voltage Vmsin(wt) to the converter, Delay angle of first converter here refers to the thyristors of the first converter in the dual converter, Angular frequency in radians/sec is used calculating the angular frequency by using pi as 3.14 and Circulating current reactor is a four-quadrant thyristor bridge converter, limit the circulating current in dual thyristor converters when the latter operates in circulating current mode.
How to calculate Maximum circulating current?
The Maximum circulating current formula is the maximum value of the circulating current of the dual converter is calculated using Maximum circulating current=(2*Peak input voltage*(1-(cos(Delay angle of first converter)))/(Angular frequency in radians/sec*Circulating current reactor)). To calculate Maximum circulating current, you need Peak input voltage (Vm), Delay angle of first converter 1), Angular frequency in radians/sec (w) and Circulating current reactor (Lr). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak input voltage, Delay angle of first converter, Angular frequency in radians/sec and Circulating current reactor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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